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Published: Wednesday, 5/25/2011

Claire's Day celebrates children's literature

Toledo twins Elizabeth, left, and Addison Baker, 10, watch Christine Kallevig as she tells a storigami. Toledo twins Elizabeth, left, and Addison Baker, 10, watch Christine Kallevig as she tells a storigami.
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Twins Elizabeth and Addison Baker, 10, of Toledo, watch Christine Kallevig as she tells a storigami during the 10th annual Claire's Day at the Maumee branch of the Toledo-Lucas County Public Library. The Book festival is named in honor of 10-year-old Claire Lynsey Rubini who died of a heart condition in 2001.

Artist Ralph Masiello demonstrates his work during Claire's Day at the Maumee Branch Library. Artist Ralph Masiello demonstrates his work during Claire's Day at the Maumee Branch Library.
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Author and illustrator Ralph Masiello demonstrates his work during Claire's Day. The event attracted children's book authors, illustrators and storytellers from across the nation on Saturday.



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